Check out the small blue-ish spike below the eye on the male
Two pair of Emerald Glass Frogs (Centrolenidae: Centrolenella prosoblepon), in amplexis, readying themselves to release their gamates.
On some of the images, you can see a small blue-ish spike that is anterior to the male’s forelegs. This spike is diagnostic of the genus and is used by males to compete for mates.
A Costa Rican St. John’s Wort common in Paramo habitat, high in the mountains, above the tree line.
Unrippened blueberries and a relative from Cerro de la Muerte.
Some of the bamboo in the high elevation habitat at Cerro de La Muerte.